2500 kvm sand - the largest sanddunes in the southern hemisphere. Don't miss to have a look at the Norweigan Shipwreck!
As I just mentioned, there is more to do at Fort Scratchley. You can tour the underground tunnels! Lots to see and do in Newcastle huh?
Here's the turret at Fort Scratchley. For more stuff to do here, read the next MUST SEE ACTIVITY for Newcastle.
Some more historical stuff to see would include the Anzac monument (pictured). More on Newcastle below...
This is another sight to see when you're in Newcastle. It's Hunter street, where there's some cool looking buildings and stuff.
This is the Newcastle town hall or Civic center, whatever you would like to call it. It's right next door to the civic park that I mentioned earlier on this page.
Here's another nice view out of from somewhere in Newcastle. I can't quite remember the name of the place, Obeleski???
Take a stroll or ride up to Lookout drive and get some nice views of the city below. Newcastle is a very lovely city and you should stop by if your in Australia sometime.
I had a great outing with my homestay family at this park. We had vegemite sandwiches and Samboy bbq chips while baking in the warm sun. This is King Edward Park in Newcastle.
Head over to the lovely Civic park which is located next to the city hall in Newcastle. During a good day the place is vibrant with color and people.